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Robotics and Drones!

 BISHOP BRADY HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCES

NEW COURSE, CLUB AND PROGRAM!!

Bishop Brady High School will roll out a new Robotics course in the fall of 2018.  Following the tremendous success of our three Robotics Teams, a semester elective course, Robotics I,  will be implemented for students in grades 9-12.  Based on the educational standards of the FIRST robotics program, the course will integrate science, mathematics, engineering and technology with research, design, project management and communication skills.  Students enrolled in the course will have the option of becoming members of one of the Robotics Teams, although that is not a requirement of the course.  A second course, Robotics II, is planned for the following year.
 
The Drone and RC Flight Club is taking shape under the leadership of Bishop Brady school counselor Jeff Dailey.  Designed for students with a passion for remote control flying, club meetings will include the following topics: new technologies, legal issues, recreational vs commercial drone use, drone racing, preparing for the Part 107 exam for drone usage, and video documenting.  
 
In addition, following an ever-growing trend of students opting for another year of preparation before enrolling in college full time, we are pleased to unveil a Post Graduate Program beginning in the fall of 2018.  Students who have graduated from high school would be eligible to enroll in a PG year at Bishop Brady.  With a full program of honors, AP and dual enrollment courses, students will have ample opportunity to bolster their academic preparation with additional rigorous coursework and can begin to earn college credits in a strong, supportive community.  They will also have time to improve their standardized test scores or gain additional leadership skills. For more information about Post Graduate options, please contact Principal Andrea Elliot to schedule an appointment.
 
Mrs. Elliot, Principal
 
 
 
 

 

 

Monthly Calendar

School Calendar

May
23
Soph elections
Dates & Times 05/23/2018
All Day
May
23
Dressdown
Dates & Times 05/23/2018
All Day
Summary Monthly dressdown for those with no infractions
May
23
Caps and Gowns
Dates & Times 05/23/2018
All Day
Summary Caps and Gowns will be given out Wednesday this week (May 23) in the library during Activity. At this time we will also go over some Graduation Business necessary for next week. Seniors must be present to receive the gowns. This is the only day this week they will be available. The first time you wear the gowns is next week
May
25
Visiting Concert
Dates & Times 05/25/2018
All Day
Summary End of Day concert.
May
28
No School
Category No School Days
Dates & Times 05/28/2018
All Day
Summary Memorial Day
May
29
A-G Day
Category Schedule Change
Dates & Times 05/29/2018
All Day
Summary Schedule Change today. All Classes meet.
May
30
Awards Day
Category Schedule Change
Dates & Times 05/30/2018
All Day
Summary 10:00 a.m. All Classes are included but Seniors are our guests of honor. Parents of students receiving awards will be notified. Click for day's schedule:
May
30
A-G Day
Category Schedule Change
Dates & Times 05/30/2018
All Day
Summary Special Schedule today. All classes meet as well as Awards Ceremony.

  

The Bishop Brady Craft Fair 2018 Registration is now open!
 
This years Craft Fair will be held on Saturday December 8, 2018.  If you would like to be part of our fabulous group of Crafters please click on the registration link below.
For any questions please contact Paula Dill-Scrivens at 603-224-7418.
 

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ROBOTICS TEAM

Prior Events

Upcoming Events!

Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at 10 AM in the gymnasium
Friday, May 18, 2018 from 7 PM - 11PM at the Grappone Center (Concord, NH)
Thursday, May 10, 2018 at 10:50 AM in the gym
AP Exams will take place Monday May 7 - Thursday May 17
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Brady in the News

Mar
8
Sam Will earns Player of Week recognition
Nov
28
Quarter 2 Honor Roll
Mar
8
FRC Robotics Team 1517 wins!
Oct
6
AP Bio Gives Back

Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy As To Students

Bishop Brady High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

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